A loan of $6,350 helped a member to buy milk products, baked goods, vegetables, cheeses, etc.

La Esperanza Group's story

The communal bank La Esperanza is located in the city of Luque. Thanks to their hard work, the members are in their sixteenth loan cycle. These women want to succeed; therefore, they work very hard to help their families. Angela, 45, is married to Juan, a bricklayer, and they have 5 children. Angela is a merchant who sells essential items. Her business is prospering because her customer base has increased with the low prices and great service she offers.

Angela is requesting a loan to buy milk products, baked goods, vegetables, cheeses, etc. Then she will be able to keep giving her customers good service. She is grateful for the support she is receiving, since her business is her family's main income source and she wants to continue supporting them this way.

In this group: Gloria Lucia, Ana, Matilde, Angela, Bernardina, Carmen, Casilda, Maria, Alejandrina, Catalina, Gregoria, Catalina, Sofia, Mirtha, Nelly, Natalia, Andrea, Felicia*, Agustina*, Maria*
*not pictured

Translated from Spanish

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